Halloween is fast approaching. If you are looking for a combination of Halloween and sophisticated style, add a splash of Chigiri-e to your decoration!
As the weather begins to cool and you start to spend more time inside, it’s a lovely time to get to crafting!
September 27th is World Tourism Day! If you are making a bucket list of the places you want to visit at some point in your life and Japan is not on it, it should be!
What do you see when you look up at a full moon?
In Japan, people see a rabbit pounding mochi rice cake with his pestle. The full moon in September, when the air is clear and showing the outline of the moon in crisp detail is considered the most beautiful moon of the year. Tsukimi, meaning “moon viewing” is a Japanese festival honoring the moon and the autumn harvest. It was based on an ancient Chinese folklore about the rabbit which sacrificed himself for the Moon God.
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